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Mts. Edwards Bobo Murray has is sued .Invitations to the marriage o ber daughter, Felicia, and Mr. Josep -Johnstone R_ed cs tho cvsa.sg Thursday the twenty-eighth of Janu ary'at half after seven o'clock a Twenty-four North Anderson. Ander son, 3. C. . Miss Marrey hoe been ope of Anderson's most popular young s ciety women and her wedding will an event of interest to her man friends throughout the State. Move le Florida. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs? Baxter H. Hodges of Starr will lean with interest that they are planning to move to Florida'the latter part o! thia monthr Mr. (lodges has a verj desirable place there and for yeart <hey have thought of moving to lt Their many-friends here will feel tb? deepest regret that th?y will leav> Anderson County, but they have Ur sincerest Wishes for. a wry hnppy ant prosperous lite there. Card Afternoon. Tuesday afternoon will be tbs first of the card afternoons at the Rose Hil Club since the holidays and the mern ber_ are planning for the first occa sion ot the new year to be a very de lighttul event. All who expect to mSkt up a table are asked to notify Mrs. Alice Sykes. N . Mn?. Donalt! Clarke of Detroit Mich., who ls visiting at Starr, spent yesterday with friends here. f Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Crayton have returned to their home at Georgetown dfter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Fran) Crayton. Lovely Dinner Party. A lovely dinner was given yester day by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Vandlve; at their attractive home on North Mc Duffie street, The table was beauti ful in cut gloss and sliver and an ele gant course dinner was served. Mr. _4 Mrs. yandi ve r's guests were: Mr noa mn. tn. W. Masters, mr. and Mrs D. S- Vandiyer and Children, Mrs. Yashin ht hw home set. Two tables ?f eaettor s;nd. several Inter id enthusiastic grines played ! raed- fron | ?vern i diyi.'l H. Acker has returned to j ia Atlanta after spend int' Wm ?P~-m O?S S sSf^mW&: BB w??M ?3? ta flEffiV I VHS. WU. H UDO EN S, Editor, Fboni la expec?d thia week to spend a . month wfh her elster, Mrs. Bond An ni-, anl Mra, J, p. Trowbridge are . enterta?nig the following ladles at a week-end I houne party: Misa Mar guerite Mams of Charleston, Miss Bessie Auen and Miss Margie West j of Green iii le, j Miss LIN. Catlett of Newport. Venn., is tilting her mother. Mrs. tobo Cetlitt. on South Mstn street. nae West Alumnae* a Das Wost Alumnae will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. With The Ch ix . Phoi Vesper Sei rice. . The usual Sunday afternoon ves- j >er service will be held this after-] .oon at 5 o'clock at -St. John's Metho il8t church. Music is an important ] sature ot these services and the song | ervices ts always sweet and imprea ive. The pastor also "gives a short I md helpful-talk, and altogether the ervlccH ?re interesting and inspir ing. Circles* Circle So. One of the First Presby erian chbrch was delightfully enter-! alhed .on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. r. A. Wlgginton on Greenvale street | md a very pleasant afternoon waa] pent by those who braved the inclem I -ney of Ute wrather. She served her| meats with a dainty salad course and j vas assisted by Miss Meggie Carling-? knn. In Circle No. 2 Mrs. Piora Overman ] vas unanimousl yelected as president! I. a the. place of Mrs. B .B. Hart who ! : isa served, the circle so faithfully and \cceptably for the past year Tho neetlng waa held at the hospitable mme of Mrs. ?. P.. Johnstone and ras a dellyhifullv pleasant one. Ber-j ral recitations by Mrs, Johnstone I ,87. ; -i ... Prank Barr?as on Evan? utreet. The members are asked to read up on Belgium as that will be tho subject for the afternoon. Priscilla Cleo. Mrs. W. J. Muldrow was the charm ina hostess for the Priscilla Club on. Saturday afternoon at her home on We^t Whitner street. Mrs. Muldrow is an attractive young hostess and her sweet gracious manner in ber home always assures a pleasant occasion i tor her guests. Miss Eubank Tavlor goes to Colum bia Monday to take a position in the 1 engrossing department. arch Women e 87. reading by Mrs. Overman. MTS. John stone served he-.* guests with delight ful refreshments. Junior Vfallaihea, . Mrs. J. B. Townsend was the at-( tractive hostess for the young ladies' of' thc J?nior Philatbea Class on Tuesday aiternoon. After ail business had beeb disposed of the guests en foyed the music by Miss Kathleen Norry ce and recitation by Miss Em mie Cathcart " Daring the social hour which br always a very import ant part of thone monthly meetings, Mrs.' Townsend served an elegant salad course with hot coffee. These monthly social meetings mean so much to the social life and fellowship ot the classes and the members al ways look forward with pleasure to them.. . y Healer Pblbvthea Class. The Sealer Philatbea Class of the First Presbyterian church waa enter tained on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Keith Pr?vost and Mrs. Foss McCully at the home of the former on Cal houn stveet, There was* a good at tendance of members and the princi pal business, was -the election ot ora P, M. Burnett, pr?sident; Mrs. Piora Oysrman, first vice president; Mrs. Keith Pr?vost, secpnd vice pr- Mdent; Mrs. J. P. Trowbridge, recor ' ng sec* tetary; Miss Margaret Archer, cor* res'^cndiag secretary; Mrs. Blair Cray ton, treasurer; Mrs. - Charles Spearman, assistant secretary and treasurer. The meeting was then converted into a social one and some time was -delightfully spent, the at tractive hostesses Serving an elegant sweet course. Priawry Fallathea Class. The PrimaryPhilatbs Class of the First Presbyterian church held their flrst meeting of the nev year on Fri day afternoon with Misses Bessie H?cker and Elisabeth Hudgens. Th? following officers were elected: Pres ident, Miss Elisabeth Ramsay; vice president. Miss Eunice Evans; secre tary end treasurer. Misa Elizabeth Hudgens. Mlsaes Katherine Ortman and Lucy Bell were elected as cap tains of the Bluea and Whites to look after toe Sunday Behool attendance of their respective aides. Guild pf Grace Church. The Guild of Grace Episcopal church was delightfully entertained on Monday afternoon by Mr a. Nardin Webb at her borne on Weat Whitner street. This waa the first meeting of the new year and all the work and plans for the year were dlBcuBsed and mapped .out. During the social fea ture MTS. Webb served her guests with dainty refreshments and the af ternoon was pleasant and profitable. * Mission Staiiy. An interesting meeting of the Mis sion Study ClasB was held on Friday afternoon with Mrs. O. M. Heard. Mrs. T. C. Lig?n was elected super intendent and tho study of "The Child In th? Midst" planned for the next six weeks. These meetings will IK held weekly and are very Instructive and helpful. Elementary Talon. . The Elementary Union will meet ot Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at th? Central Presbyterian church. All tb? teachers of the etty Sunday schoo are urged to attend. Central Presbyterian Church. Realising the highly Importan placo which the mission of music oe cupl?s In the worship of God and ii the service of 'His people, the Centra Presbyterian ci'ure h has for- som? time been endeavoring to 'better iti musical programs. Its endeavor were successful last week when i special committee appointed by th officers of the church made a perma nent arrangement with Ml SH Strana than and Miss Nell Smith to fa mis! regularly at both Sunday service? ?special tiusic. They will be assiste* by Miss Alwood and the Misses Law renee and by Mr. Sam Orr Trlbhle a the night aer*?fe. Miss Smith will BS ^aj^h^ the -wiorshlb will; both voie 10 Dozen Gowns, Lace Trimmed, Hi^h and Low Neck, 100 values, Monday .. .? *. . .. .. .. ... . .. ... . .49c , See Window Display. 50 Dozen Children Drawers, Wfell made, special for Monday . . . 10c pr. 15 Dozen Ladies' 1915 Spring Waists, special for Monday. .... .98c 21 Dozen Gowns, Lace and Embroidery Trimmed, ^1.50 values, Monday. *. . ..... 98c ? ??.?"? ? ' i.* ?. Our entire first floor is snow white with the new 1915 under mes lines. Be sure and be on hand Hondav at O o'clock. MANY BARGAINS WE DID NOT LIST D. GEISBERG ?nd violin. At the aervico this morning Mino Smith will render a violin obi i ?a to md Miss Stranathan will sing a volo, at the night service Misses BU*ana than and Smith will sing a duet Th? heating plant of the church, ./hieb has been giving trouble for tome weeks has been put in good coa lition to render excellent service From now on. it was tried out on j rharsday sndyjound to gfoe^perfect] satisfaction. Missionary Meei Inp:. The regular January meeting of the Missionary Society of St. John's Methodist church will meet on Mon day afternoon et 3:30 with Mrs- An, nie Moss on South McDuffil? street Ladles Aid Society. Tho Ladled Aid Societr of thc First Presbyterian' church will" meet on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clook promptly with Mrs. W. H. Praiser on Weit Whttner street. Jule Duckworth- of - the Lebanon section was in the city yesterday. A. E. Wright of Tbwnville was in the city yesterday tor a short while. , i.A. C. Ellison of thc count? xras. ? visitor in .the city yesterday. You can gel |hares by paying in now your December install ments. per ?noath per share brings you in $100.00 ** maturity. sfO.OO per month will bring you $1,000*00 at ma turity, etc. I ti YOB Help Anderson Grow ? ? Af ', ? ,Pt?fil- T? .TMMtf ^^ma^?^^Peri,;y Depends on the Economy M ^fto^i df ihe Ind?ifidus?. - ^^HB^nt"?>Calculatioiis Ployed by Experi e?e?Jf Invest Now. Is Distributed Among the Shareholders WK REMIND Y?U If You Miss a Payment WE Lend You Your los?al?meots When siclwtess comes You can borrow to build a home You can barrow on your shares , You ean ^etif? your shares .X -. ' fi ~ . t,. ..^'i^ : \ ^?afeV'i tTr i "r ^^^^ 1 I